- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- The University Press of Kentucky
- black & white illustrations
- 240 x 155 x 25 mm
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- 510 g
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The German Soldier in World War II
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""So readable as to be difficult to put down.... Should prove enlightening to students of German as well as military history."" -- Virginia Quarterly Review ""A moving account of personal observations combined with a thoughtful commentary in which the author provides numerous insights into the combat environment."" -- American Historical Review ""Drawn from letters, diaries and memoirs, this impressive study presents a rounded, detailed picture of the daily life of the Landser -- the ordinary German infantryman of WWII -- and takes an unblinking look at the stark realities of combat.... Helps explain why the German army was so relentlessly efficient in battle."" -- Publishers Weekly ""Fritz does an impressive job of detailing what war was like for the average German soldier on the front lines in World War II."" -- Paper Wars
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Stephen G. Fritz, professor of history at East Tennessee State University, is the author of Ostkrieg: Hitler's War of Extermination in the East and Endkampf: Soldiers, Civilians, and the Death of the Third Reich.